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$195M increase in IRF reimbursement proposed for FY 2020
IRFs would see $195 million reimbursement increase over previous year, along with two additional quality measure, in new CMS proposal.
Proposed rule would standardize net weight labeling requirements for meat, poultry, egg products
Proposed rule would eliminate the requirement that meat, poultry, and egg products that fall into a certain net weight class must express the net weight in two different units.
Physicians’ billing privileges properly revoked where they failed to provide direct supervision
Use of their personal NPI numbers for incidental services required their personal, on-site presence as the billing physicians, and not supervision by other practitioners.
No preemption where California’s Sherman Law identical to FDC Act
Court could not find preemption where claims were premised on theory that the words "artificially flavored" were omitted from the front label of beverage.
$13.5 million jury award to transvaginal mesh implant recipient affirmed
A jury award of over $13.5 million against Johnson & Johnson to the recipient of Ethicon’s transvaginal tape was affirmed by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.